My Greetings to you
From: Ms. Sarah <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Thursday, 09 March, 2023 11:19 To: email@example.com Subject: My Greetings to you
My dear, I'm going for surgery in the next few days. Please, I need your prayers, I found your contact during my private search here at the hospital.
My name is Ms. Sarah Layla Ahmed. I am 52 years old, I am a citizen of Belgium. My late husband is Mr. Benaiah Ahmed.
My late husband had a small gold company in Burkina Faso during his lifetime he deposited the sum of ($7.670,000.00) Seven million six hundred and seventy thousand dollars in a bank in Burkina Faso And The money was from the sale of his gold company.
I decided to contact you due to my health condition, I have been diagnosed with Breast Cancer for years now and I have decided to donate this fund my late husband left in the bank in Burkina Faso to you for Charity Organizations, Less privileged and People around you.
I know that you are honest, please claim this fund and use the 60% for Works of charity, for orphanages, widows and also build schools and churches for least privilege in your country and the 40% is for you and your family.
Please, I need your prayers. The doctors informed me yesterday that I have a few days to live because of the stage of my illness problem. I decided to donate what I inherited from my late husband to you for support of helping orphans.
I am not afraid of death hence I know where I am going after I die. Please all I need from you is trust and sincerity.
Now I want you to be my next of kin to claim the funds for charitable purposes because this money will remain unclaimed and the bank executives or the government will claim it as an unclaimed fund and use it for selfishness and useless endeavors.
I need your urgent reply to know if you will be able to run this project, and I will give you more information on how the fund will be transferred to your bank account.
From: Lucy Sent: Saturday, 25 March, 2023 02:10 To: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Subject: Re: My Greetings to you
I have no idea who you are, and Hail Satan. I find that very unlikely. My name is Lucy Norman Osmond. I am old enough to star in porn but young enough to star in teen porn, I am a citizen of Canada by no choice of my own. I have a very alive and well partner, and may be acquiring another one soon, who is a cute foxgirl~!
Dollars is a strange currency for someone in the EU to use when depositing into a country that uses the West African Franc.
Why me? And why hasn't anything been done about your breast cancer in the past? As far as I'm aware, Belgium has a great healthcare system. Many charity organizations are not clear about what the money is actually used for, but I'm sure you'd be fine if I gave it all to my queer ADHD friends who can't hold a job and barely manage to have a home.
How do you know that I am honest? I am not quite sure this fund exists, but even if it did, I would not be building any schools or churches (as they are oppressive organizations), and 40% (or $3,068,000) seems like much more money than I'll ever know what to do with, so I'll probably end up giving more of that to my queer ADHD friends. Or maybe I'll use the money to have a giant gay mansion where we drink wine and fuck all the time! That sounds cool ngl...
Hail Satan & curse you. The doctors did not inform you of anything. In Belgium, you would be a cyborg by now and they'd be embarassed to have to charge you €25 for anæsthetics.
Indeed, when you die, you will experience nothing because you will be dead. It's quite a comforting thought, isn't it? If only you listened to your doctors years ago when they said – with a Belgique accent, ofc – “We zouden je rechtertiet eraf moeten snijden!” many years ago. Or did they say it in French? “On devrait te couper le lolo droit!”? 🤣 I never thought I'd be so entertained by knowing both Français and Nederlandse...
That is not how Next of Kin works. Well, tbf, I only studied Canadian Law in highschool and have no idea what the laws are like in Belgium, but I feel like Next of Kin is a pretty solid legal term pretty much anywhere.
This sounds entirely unreasonable.